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11    THE SPECTRAL THEORY OF HUBERT       403

PROBLEMS

1.    Show that a continuous operator N on a Hilbert space E is normal if and only if
llAr-xllHlAr*-*! for all*eE.

2.    Let N be a continuous normal operator on a Hilbert space E.

(a)   For each x e E, consider the open sets W c C such that there exists a continuous
mapping /w of W into E satisfying the relation

for all A e W. Show that there exists a largest open set &(x) with this property,
that all the functions /w are restrictions of a unique mapping / of Q,(x) into E, and that
/is analytic in Q(x). (Use (15.5.6) to reduce to the case where the normal operator N
is simple. In this case, E being identified with Lc(Sp(f7), JJL) and x with the class of a
function g, the set Q,(x) is the interior of the set of all A e C such that the function
i-(A- 0-V(D belongs to ^(Sp(AO, /x).)

(b)    Put <3>(;c) = C  Q.(x). Show that, for each closed subset M of Sp([7), the space
E(M) = <pM(t/)(E) is the set of all x E E such that (x) <= M. (Again reduce to the
case of a simple normal operator.)

(c)    Show that every continuous operator V e L(E) which commutes with N also
commutes with all the operators g(N), where g e ^c(SpW) an(* *n particular
commutes with N* (Fuglede's theorem). (First show that l(V- x) => H(;c) for all
x e E, by considering the function / defined in (a) and the function Ah- ^-/(A).
Using (b), deduce that, for each closed subset M of E, the operator V commutes with
the projector PE(M) = <PM(W), and conclude that V commutes with g(N) for all con-
tinuous functions g on Sp(7V).)

(d)    Deduce from (c) that, if NI and N* are commuting normal operators, then
NtN2 is normal.

3.    Let fx be normalized Haar measure on the group U: \z\ = 1  (so that djji(8) 
(2-jr)-1 d6) and let E = L(^)- Then the operator MM(1C) = U is a unitary operator
on E. Every closed subspace of E which is stable under N is either of the form
<PM(AO(E), where M c U is of measure < 1 ; or else is of the form q  H2(jU.), where
|0| = 1 (Section 15.3, Problem 15) (Beurling's theorem). Deduce that there exist
closed subspaces F of E which are stable under U but not under 7* = C/"1, and are
such that the orthogonal projector PF does not commute with N (compare with
(15.15.3)).

4.    Without using Riesz theory (11.4), prove that the spectrum of a compact normal
operator has only isolated points, except for the point 0 (reduce to the case of a simple
normal operator).

5.    Show that the spectrum of the self-adjoint operator H considered in (15.1113) is
the interval [0, 2] in R. (Observe that \\H\\ <; 2; to prove that #^> 0, that is to say

/ b

(H  u | u) 2; 0 for all w e E, consider first the functions u(t) =      ettx dx and their

linear combinations. To show that every number of the form 2/(l + a2) belongs to
the spectrum of H, approximate ga by functions #, where un e jSf2 is ^0 and the
sequence (un) is increasing and tends to 1 .) p,'H is a measure with base fc-i . /*